The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1924 Page: 1 of 8
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The Cimarron News.
BOISE CITY. CIMARRON COU NTY, OKLAHOMA
THURSDAY NOV. <5 1924
Subscription Prcie $1.50 a Y
Iboise city drug co.
NOTE BOOKS ANYTHING YOU WANT
"Visit the Drug Store First*
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
R. F. HALL Prop.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Invites Conservative Business
THE FIRST NATIONAL LOAN COMPANY
BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA
In corporated under the Agricuttur.il Cred
its Act, To loan rhoncy on approved sec-
urity, for Agricultural purposes, in order to
assist the Farmer to obtain funds, necessary
for the op eration of his business, at a
cheaper rate of interest and for lon::er time
than can be granted by the Banks.
Both are under the Supervision of
' The United States Government.
Think it over.
Under direct Supervision of the U. S. Government.
The First National Bank
BOISE CITY, OKLA.
«*$> <£€> <$*8> <«*S> '
^ body Tuesday P. M.; the pui
* poses of this was to teach th<
| students how to vote. The «i-
tfWcrs wero as follows:
The Elect iion Bonrd:
Burton Ikard, Cloo RoVe- t .
Judge- Kendall T?: !:; •
Clerk Bertha Hollomy
',1 Counters: Mario k. ly
gone Fry, Christccn Wh'tieyv
Door Keeper Clarence !' uo;<-
The Civics CI as* are ;c>ing t
organize the cias^ as one hoose
of the state legiislature. They
will iintroduce bill1, and carry
carry them through Tu \:\v
iou - stages of passage. The b is
may be either actual m« > '■
which are under discussion in
the state or may refer to school
vacation will be allowed at
The Seniors held an election
Tuesday morning in the Amer-
ican History Class. This cauncd
considerable excitement and
comment. By next week they
they will perhaps know wlu.i
rood cues rs they are.
st. AT WHOLE
J. S. Government Found Out.
ARMISTICE PROGRAM j y
The Cimaron County High i
School will give a patriotic i
program at the Methodist ^
Church on next Tuesday even-1 $
ing. Come out and encourage
your young people and thoir
\ recent U. S. Got
he superiority of
FOR WINTER STORAGE
Potato Market higher we cannot guarantee prices
after this purchase is sold
We have bought five Carloads of strictly first qual-
ity Western Slope Brown Beauty Potatoes that we
are going to sell at money saving prices for winter
storage, Buying five cars we secured Rock Bottom
prices, and we arc going to pass this saving along to
our customers, this is another demonstration of how
this store saves money for its customers.
U. s. GRADE NO. 1
BROWN BEAUTY POTATOES
1 BAG LOTS PTR CWT. $1.75
3 BAG LOTS PER CWT. 1.65
5 BAG LOTS PER CWT. 1.50
The only People We Can't Sell are the
People who Won't INVESTIGATE.
DISTRICT MEETING OF ,
There will be a district meet-
ing' of the Grain Sorghum
Growers Association of Elk-
hart, Texhoma, Stratford, Dal-
hart, Texline and Boise City
districts, at Boise City, Satur-
day at 2:00 P. M. SHARP Nov-
ember the 8th.
The following 5 diirectors of
the Grain Sorghum Growers
Association will be present to
i address, and confer with the
I Mr. Adee, Mr. Hommert, Mr.
I Stewart. Mr. Kiser and M>
Moore, "Purpose of the meeting
> is to get a clear understanding
of the past business and in-
struct the directors in the mat-
ter of the handling this y*ars
business which is to be taken
' ud at the Directors meeting ; t
Amarillo Texas , Wednesday,
j\c e.i.oer. 19th.
G. M. Gentry, Field Representa-
i tive. adv. ti
FOR SALE j R. R. from Hooker Okla. to
, J)es Moines. New Mexico, it is
I have on hand several barrels uucjer. tood the line will be
of Kerosene to supply your de- i)uiiL during next year and that
mand at any time, See me for lhe pr0posed right of way has
Prices. T_ _Tr„ „ been inspected by the officials
FRANK R1CK.S 5ti. j r0ad as well as the of-
; ficials of ihe M. K. & T„ If thi&
11? vniT \RF ITV thf .TAR road is built on its proposed
[vr mii vu hf t AnV Wfr" , oute jt wil1 Junction the Santa
RE.JjOK HIGH GRADE KER- .KMC near
RICKS. (,ti the H. B. Nail home.
| COUNTY AGENTS NO ITS
| Prof. F. C. Old, Extension
i Poultryman of the A. & M. ' al-
lege at Stillwater O^.almma
; will be in this county Monday
j and Tuesday November 1<> and
j 11 to work in the interest of
the poultry industry.
| Prof. Old. will give
on poultry at the The it
: ing in Bois^ City at 2 P.
Iday November 10th.
| Prof. Old, is one of the best
' informed men cn'poultry in the
U. S. at the present time. And
is so considered by the federal
Government The past summer
The Federal department made
requisition on our state depart-
ment Jaere for him during the
summer months to aid them in
making a U. S. standard of eg.>;
grading but having completed
that work, he is now back ou
his old job with us here in Okla
homa. Try and plan your work
S U R E
CARD OF THANKS
To the voters of Cimarron
County. I take this means of ex
pressing my sincere thanks to
each individual voter who
helped me duriing my cam-
paign. I wiill show each and
every tax payer my deep re-
gards by attending to the c
fice to the best of my ability.
Geo. D. Rice.
To The Voters of the County-
I take this means of extend-
ing my sincere thanks t.> ".hose
who so loyally supported me in
the election. I «hk11 endeavor
to try to perform the duties of
the office to the best of 'in-
Thanking you again, I am,
Mrs. Grate Hom>.ioik.
S I N D A Y 1) I N N E R
over the common kind, it wac> lound that
i'ure Bred excelled by 40 per cent in earn
ing power. The following' figures show
Class Per Cent
Dairy Cattle 47.8
Swine , §8f3
Sheep ; 37.8
Beef Cattle * 36.8
Averages for all classes (weighed) ,40.4.
The relatively high percentages repre-
senting the earning power of well bred
dairy cattle and poultry over scrubs are
explained because better records were
kept of these classes of live stock.
The First State Bank
( The BANK that Backs the FARMER^
Capital & Surplus, $35,000.00
Boise Citv, Oklahoma.
1 6 i-
K. C. SHELBURNE, 517 !
Oklahoma City. Nov.. 1, Spec |
ial) __13oise City people will j
liave an opportunity to broad-
east radio program • over the
strongest radio station in the J
southwest at an early date, ?c-
cording to an announcement
made by the officials < f the!
Etherica' Radio Company of!
Bristow, here today.
Th^ f-taliion is expected to ot j
ready for use ami on the air]
sometime in December, accord- j
ing to E. H. Rollestone, Pres.. I
of the company. Rollestone ex-.;
plained that the location was
as yet unsettled. The , location!
Strayed from my place Nov.,
2, 5 two year old and 2 yearling
goats. One was black and white
R.S. Carney, Boise City lStln
BEAVER MEADE AND
EX CLE WOOD FILES
HIGH SCHOOL TO CELE-
BRATE ARMISTIC DAY
The Iligh school under the
supervision of Prof. Smith, are
planning on presenting one .if
best home talent programs of
the year on the niight of Nov.
11th. 192! Every one is request-
ed to come out and hear this pro
gram as no admission is charg-
ed and a hearty welcome is ex-
tended to all.
will be determined by a Gov- j
to be out and hear him at this'eminent, rrdio' inspector from j
lecture. j New Orleans and a radio engin |
Wm. E. Baker, County Age t. Jeer of the Western Electric < o.
I from Los Angele-. who will ar-
IrjA .- soon to make a survey of
j the possible locations in the
Because of inability of rec-
I Quality Groceries at LOWEST PRICES
I Golden Syrup Per Gallon S .65
• Crystal White Svrup Per Gallon 75
Cabbage Per CWT. 02
:: Lemons Per Dozen 29
Van Camps Seap 25 Bars for .. 1.00
I DRY GOODS
: DRY GOODS
MEN AND BOYS WOOL SHIRTS
Leather Ccals and Vests S5.0(i to $13.75
MEN AND BOYS DUCK COATS
from $2.50 to $4.00
S U R E
S U N D A Y
eiv ing sets in large cities to
According to report rea i: . :i
here the Beaver, Meade and Eng
lewood Railway Co., appiiedj
to the interstate commerce com |
mission on October 27th, for'
authority to construct a liiie
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
IN CIVICS CLASS
The Civics class held an el-
ection among the stude tt
Chaix-l Exercises were in
charge of the Sophomores rhis
week who rendered a pleasing
program of vocal and expres-
The Freshman entertain next
week and are hard at work on
various selections of interest.
Students are rehearsing dilig-
ently their various parts in he
proposed Armistice Day Prog-
ram. They hope to make this
one of unusual interest and are
hoping a large crowd will be
able to attend
School was held oh Election
day but by so doing two day's
j tune in other stations, while a
! station of this size is broadcast-
3 Pounds Prunes for 10
Good Candy Per Pound at 15
FOLLOW THE RUSH AND YOU WILL FIND US.
! I BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA
ing. this ;-tatiion must be locat-
ed in a small city, R. 0. Booth,
general manager of the comn-
any tated. The station will be
of 500 watt power and cost over
The stations at Dallas, Fort er and announcer to be brought
Worth, and Kansas City are from an eastern station for the
smaller than this station. The work. All programs are to be
station has already been char- rigidly censored in to make
S'?0(00 00 T've latest type nf'acterized as "The Voice,of Ok-, sure of the best talent in ill
Western Electric broadcast*ne ! lahoma." Call letters of the sta, programs.
equipment wi'l be used. A most t turn are expected to arrive fr m, More than 1 ,000 telegrams,
complete network of remote i Washington soon. • , letters ;.nd cards are received
con!rol broadcasting will bees-i A harmonic suppressor is; weekly or a station ot this
lrWished. The remote control | o," the .station s equipment size it is said. Severn cities
— made plans to
ugh the station.
tr Wished. Tlie remote control | r« '^ un- ,.4uM „,r.u
wh'-ch made possible by the and will make reception clearer j have alreao> i
cooperation of the Southwest-; because the station will broad- broadcast ;h:ou
ere H-. 1 Telephone Companv is least on its own wave length and; ofucsais m .ted.
;n. will net vary as other stations .
now do during a program.
composed of portable speech
put equipment attached to the
long distance telephone and Crop, market, stock and vea-
makes possible for any city in ther reports are to be broadcast
the state to broadcast a program hourly by a program manag-1
S U N D A Y
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The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1924, newspaper, November 6, 1924; Boise City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233593/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.